All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities
The 32nd All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival (aGLIFF), dedicated to LBGTQ cinema, opens Aug. 22 with the documentary Gay Chorus Deep South and closes Aug. 25 with the documentary Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts. This year’s secret screening will screen Aug, 23 with the documentary's director in attendance. Narrative competition features to screen during aGLIFF are A Brief Story From the Green Planet, A Dog Barking at the Moon, Catamaran, The Shiny Shrimps, Song Lang, Straight Up, and Transfinite. The remaining narrative features to screen during aGLIFF are Before You Know It, Bit, End of the Century, Saint Frances, This is Not Berlin, and Vita & Virginia. Documentary competition features to screen during aGLIFF are The Archivettes, Changing the Game, Dykes, Camera Action!, For They Know Now What They Do, Queering the Script, Seahorse, and The Unicorn. The remaining documentary features to screen during aGLIFF are Burn the House Down, Sid & Judy, and Becoming Leslie, about Austin icon Leslie Cochran. aGLIFF will honor Bedrooms & Hallways and Go Fish director Rose Troche andTrick director Jim Fall with retrospective screenings of their films. aGLIFF also will hold an anniversary screening of Marlon T. Riggs' 1989 documentary Tongues Untied. In addition, aGLIFF also will honor former Austinte Lisa Donato with this year’s Breakthrough Artist Award and will screen four of her shorts, Foxy Trot, The News Today, Spunkle, andThere You Are at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23. There also will be dramatic, comedy, family/youth, international, late night/sexy, and documentary short programs. aGLIFF will be held at the Alamo South Lamar.
Aired: Aug. 15, 2019